Frindle

Frindle by Andrew Clements (Summary taken from the inside book jacket) “Everyone knows that Mrs. Granger, Nicholas Allen’s fifth-grade teacher, has X-ray vision, and nobody gets away with anything in her classroom. To make matters worse, she’s also a fanatic about the dictionary, which is hopelessly boring to Nick. But when Nick learns an interesting …

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Dizzy Miss Lizzie

Dizzy Miss Lizzie by R.M. Clark (Summary taken from the back book cover) “Thirteen-year-old Kasey Madrid finally has the freedom she’s always wanted. Instead of putting up with sitters or camps, she can spend the summer home alone in their “new” house. Never mind that the house is a creepy old place built in the …

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Book Review of Holy Stable by Heidi Hanseen

Holy Stable by Heidi Hanseen (Summary taken from the back book cover) “The heavenly gift of Christmas transforms hearts and homes. Create lasting memories as you experience with family and friends the shared affection at Jesus’ birth. Mary and Joseph’s devotion to God and sublime caring for each other will bring you to experience the …

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Book Review of What Are You Thinking by Valerie Ackley

What Are You Thinking? by Valerie Ackley This children’s book is so fun! I absolutely LOVE the message of this book! The book talks about how powerful our thoughts are, and how you can do whatever you put your mind to. It also discusses how if you have “yucky” thoughts when you wake up then …

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Summer Fit

Summer Fit (www.summerfitlearning.com) (Summary taken from the back book cover.) “Keeping brains thinking & bodies active during school breaks is entertaining and engaging with Summer Fit workbooks and online games and activities. Created by educators, fitness trainers, and parents, Summer Fit activities focus on key areas of child development, including academics, physical fitness, and core …

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Prince Etcheon and the Secret of the Ancient

Prince Etcheon and the Secret of the Ancient by Joann Arnold (Summary taken from the back book cover) “Etcheon always believed he would live and die in his small village that he moved to with his grandmother, Granna Fela–safe, loved, and protected. But with Granna’s death comes new information about Etcheon’s royal heritage and destiny, …

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